A Fork in the Fourth

Provided below is a great article about an unique part of the fourth amendment. Enjoy! Prelude: Generally, the 4th amendment of the constitution of the United States commands: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants […]

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Due process needs open government

A blog post about Public Records Law, indeed … sounds dry and a waste of time.  But, this is an area of law rarely seeing light. And, its an area where police departments routinely break the law, effectively denying citizens due process of law.  Essentially, with few exceptions, citizens have a right to view records […]

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Our suit against Vantage Press, Inc.

  In the next few weeks, we intend to file suit in Superior Court.  We represent an author whom was hurt by Vantage Press, Inc. Our office lives for protecting the rights of independent creatives, like authors.           Photo attribution: Shelby H. @  http://www.flickr.com/people/shelbychicago/

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General Overview of Prejudgement Security Devices

Once a lawsuit is filed, a plaintiff should have already planned his recovery strategy. This strategy many times includes prejudgement security devices. The use of these devices is often shied away by attorneys because of its seemingly complicated nature. However, these tools can prove the difference between effective assistance of counsel and otherwise. Below is […]

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Authors standing up to Vantage Press

  May 3, 2013 Re: Vantage Press, Inc. Dear Author: I represent authors (hereafter “Authors”) who have been hurt by Vantage Press, Inc. (hereafter “Vantage”). Vantage recently ceased all business operations leaving many authors in the dust. Authors paid Vantage large sums of money for services they never will receive. My office is looking for […]

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